‘I’ll Do It Tomorrow:’ The Procrastinator’s Motto

By Haylee Uptergrove Cell phones, social media and Netflix: the college student’s perfect trifecta for avoiding homework. Throw in a nap and hanging out with friends, and it is the perfect recipe for the phenomenon that plagues most college students: procrastination. Procrastination is something studies show students start dealing with early on in their collegiate […]

At Aspen Creek, Try NoWait App and Fried Cheesecake

Aspen Creek Grill, a restaurant that claims all of its food is made from scratch, opened its Lubbock location on Feb. 1 and still has a line out the door. One Sunday after church, my mom and I decided we wanted to try and get lunch at the new restaurant. Bad idea. People were waiting outside, […]

Magnificent Moms: Students Balance School, Parenting

Alyssa Haden said she never would have guessed she would be in this situation at 25 years old. “Liam was not planned,” Haden said about her 2-year-old son with a laugh. Some students struggle to succeed in college as it is. For students with kids, it becomes even more difficult to balance school, parenthood and […]

Poll: How Often Do You Actually Complete Reading Assignments?

When a class requires students to read 30+ pages before every class, students are bound to miss a few assignments. There have to be some students out there who complete every reading assignment, with books painted neon yellow in highlighted material. And we all know that one person who did not even buy the book, but […]

22 Things College Students Are Thankful For

College is both a wonderful and sometimes terrifying experience. Take some time out of your busy day to be thankful! 1. Care packages from Mom and Dad Sending ramen noodles and Easy Mac is the best way to show you care.  2. Cancelled 8 a.m. classes We all know better than to sign up for […]

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